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Gilmour AY2FFMGF Full-Flow Metal Y-Connector

by Gilmour
3.1 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

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Product Description

Metal Full-flow Y faucet or hose splitter

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces
  • ASIN: B0046VSC4U
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #177,669 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
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Customer Reviews

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These are super great allowing much more water flow than the regular y-connectors. Also eliminates back pressure from the water spout when you turn it off. The black plastic knobs to open and shut each side are large and easy to turn; which is important for those of us we hand issues. Highly recommend. Great price at $7.99. Paid $2 and tax more at Lowe's store. Home Depot doesn't even carry them. Nice steel construction. Hasn't leaked even one drop.

UPDATE - I HATE THESE! Bought them for our new house in Texas. Put them on every spigot. After just a few months, they started leaking. I tried to take them off the spigots, but they self welded onto the spigots. Also the hoses self welded onto them. We used everything to get our expensive hoses off, and they won't budge. We literally had to cut them off the spigots. Beware ... I don't know if its the heat or the product or a combination but beware! ARGH!
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It's a little bigger than expected (I hardly ever read the physical dimensions in the descriptions though). Easily turns the water flow on and off. When the spigot was opened fully and one ball valve was opened partially, it made a high pitch squeaking sound that reverberated throughout the cold water line in the house. Probably could have been solved by closing the spigot a little.
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It's hard to find the right product when there are several different others on the market that do the exact same thing. Anyways, this splitter works great. The plastic on/off turn knobs for the 2 hose connections work great, they are very easy to turn and wide enough for anyone's fingers to be able to hold. It is not small, think about the size of a hose. This is a full size Y splitter. However, with this full size Y splitter, you also get full size water flow from either side without a problem, something that has been mentioned in previous reviews. I think it is very important to not lose part of your water pressure when you connect one of these devices, and I can attest that it does not.

It also eliminates the pressure from the back of the splitter (right where it connects to your main line) when you turn the water flow off, this causes water to spray from the connector for me but I'm sure I could eliminate this with a good rubber washer. All in all, a perfect hose splitter with the right price and the best material construction.
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I bought the single valve version of this product at Farm and Fleet. The water pressure overwhelmed the product's casing, as I watched it gut itself almost instantly. The bottom fell right out of it immediately. It was like a comedy routine. As far as I could tell, there's nothing holding the bottom of these valve's casings in, except apparently a drop or two of glue.
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